File:John Mcleod Campbell.svg|thumb|right|250px|John McLeod Campbell in his later years.
'''John McLeod Campbell''' (May 4, 1800 – February 27, 1872) was a nineteenth-century Scottish minister and Reformed theologian
. In the opinion of one German church historian, contemporaneous with Campbell, his theology was a highpoint of British theology during that century.
[Otto Pleiderer, ''The Development of Theology in Germany since Kant and its Progress in Great Britain since 1825,'' Macmillian and Co., New York, New York, 1890, p. 382. "I regard their (Thomas Erskine of Linlathen's and John Mcleod Campbell's) ideas as the best contribution to dogmatics which British theology has produced in the present century."] James B. Torrance
ranked him highly on the doctrine of the Atonement in Christianity|atonement
, placing Campbell alongside Athanasius of Alexandria
and Anselm of Canterbury
[James B. Torrance, ''Scottish... ]